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Recent Articles

Solis: Better safety needed for oil spill workers (AP)

EE.UU.: cambia la retórica frente a la reforma migratoria (BBC)
Hispanic Political Conference Coming to Denver
Green Cards and Other Immigration Services Face Fee Hikes (Los Angeles Times)
Hispanic Voters Drift Away From GOP (Wall Street Journal)
Latino Los Angeles Gets a Seat at the Table (Los Angeles Times)
Head of U.S. legal immigration system wins high marks from advocates for immigrants (Los Angeles Times)
Officials Wrestle With Small Problems with Census Count That Have Big Ramifications (Bellingham Herald)
Arizona and New Mexico, Divided Over Immigration (The New York Times)
A Knock Is Coming (Imperial Valley Press)
Arizona Immigration Law: Can City Boycotts Work? (CSMonitor.com)
The Backlash Begins - New State Law Has Galvanized Latinos and Others Too (The Economist)
Census Mail Results Could Be Trouble for 5 States (Miami Herald)
FREE HOTLINE TO COUNT RESIDENTS FOR CENSUS (Rio Grande Guardian)
Reaching the Hard-to-Count: The Census and the Undocumented (The Nation)
Arizona's Crackdown on Illegal Immigrants Feels Familiar (Los Angeles Times)
Census' Least Counted Areas in L.A. Identified (LA Weekly)
Governor's Race Could Be About Illegals (The Washington Times)
Time to Stand Up and Be Counted (ACSBlog)
The Backlash Begins - New State Law Has Galvanized Latinos and Others Too (The Economist)
Census Mail Results Could Be Trouble for 5 States (Miami Herald)
FREE HOTLINE TO COUNT RESIDENTS FOR CENSUS (Rio Grande Guardian)
Reaching the Hard-to-Count: The Census and the Undocumented (The Nation)
Arizona's Crackdown on Illegal Immigrants Feels Familiar (Los Angeles Times)
Census' Least Counted Areas in L.A. Identified (LA Weekly)
Governor's Race Could Be About Illegals (The Washington Times)
Time to Stand Up and Be Counted (ACSBlog)
Urban Count in Census Lagging, So Far (The Nation)
Foreign Born Latinos Trust Census More (NBC Washington)
Illegal Immigrants Reluctant to Fill Out Census Form (NPR)
Vargas: Census 2010 Can Go Down in History as the Latino Census (Rio Grande Guardian)
Censo 2010 Cambiara El Mapa Politico (Radio Bilingüe)
Immigration Activists Frustrated By Pace Of Reform (NPR)
The Record: Be Counted (NewJersey.com)
Time to Get Counted (San Fernando Valley Sun)
Census Struggles to Hire Bilingual Workers (Wall Street Journal)
Census Confidentiality Assured (The New York Times)
Patriot Act Doesn't Override Confidentiality in Census, Justice Dept. Says (Washington Post)
Latinos Called on for Census Turnout (The Epoch Times)
Latino Leadership Link (Office of U.S. Senator Robert Menendez)
Census questions confuses (Las Cruses Sun-News)
Census Under Fire Over Ad Dollars (New America Media)
Hill Lags in Hiring Hispanics (Politico)
Marco Rubio, Charlie Crist clash on who should be counted in Census (Miami-Herald)
California redistricting effort is out of the backroom but not free of politics (Los Angeles Times)
A Census Campaign That Speaks in Many Tongues (New York Times)
Latinos and American Politics: Power in Numbers (The Economist)
NALEO in the NEWS: Latino Leaders Use Churches in Census Bid (New York Times)
Senators Try to Exclude Illegal Immigrants from 2010 Census (USA Today)
Latinos: 2010 Census High Stakes, Face Challenges in the Count (ABC News)
Groups Seek Better Count of Hispanics (Wall Street Journal)
Analysis: Martinez Departure Part of GOP Split (AP)
Boycott the Census? Let's get serious (USA Today)
Castro Lobbies for San Antonio Projects (San Antonio Express News)
Concern over Latino evangelical leader's call to boycott US census (Press Enterprise)
Naturalized citizens are poised to reshape California's political landscape (LATimes)
Latino Pastor Group Urging Census Boycott (AP)
Almost 1 of 2 new Americans in 2008 was Latino (AP)
New Challenges Arise for Minorities in 2010 Census (The Salt Lake Tribune)
Census Control Clarified (Roll Call)
White House Urban Affairs Chief Picked (Washington Post)
Minority Groups cool on Commerce pick (Politico)
White House to Bypass Commerce on Census (CQ Politics)
GOP leaders criticize White House role in census (AP)
Gregg withdrawal complicates plans for 2010 Census (Washington Post)
Latinos and the Obama Cabinet (Washington Post)
In Key States, Latino Vote Fueled Obama Victory (AP)
Latinos Push for Cabinet Posts (Politico)
In Big Shift, Latino Vote was Heavily for Obama (New York Times)
Latino Voters Gave Obama Boost in Key States (NPR)
Paper Jam May Curb Latino Vote (Wall Street Journal)
Rising Price of Citizenship (KCET.org)
Bush's Immigration Proposals Praised and Panned (CSNnews.com)
Officials Tout Bush's Border Security Plan (Fox News)
The Next Step in a Very Long March (Newsweek)
Immigrant-Rights Organizers Look to Ballot Box (Los Angeles Times)
Civil Rights Experts Testify: Voting Rights Act Bill Restorative - CivilRights.org

 

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